What is Minority Shareholder Oppression in New Jersey?
Minority shareholder oppression, in the State of New Jersey, refers to actions by a controlling shareholder / partner that are taken to undermine or nullify the benefits and rights of a minority / non-controlling partner. In the State of New Jersey minority shareholders are afforded protection under the New Jersey Oppressed Shareholder Statute.
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